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It is 1942. At the Falcon Hotel, on the edge of an airfield in Lincolnshire, Teddy, a young bomber pilot is celebrating a reunion with his actress wife Patricia. Events take an unexpected turn, when Peter a famous heartthrob film star arrives, and an urgent bombing mission over Germany is ordered. As the night gives way to dawn, Patricia finds herself at the centre of a passionate conflict of love and loyalty as unpredictable as the war in the skies. Flare Path
was first performed in the West End at the Apollo Theatre in 1942. It is based on RattiganPerformers Joe Armstrong (Dusty), Sarah Crowden (Mrs Oakes), Mark Dexter (Count Skriczevinsky), Harry Hadden-Paton (Teddy), Emma Handy (Maudie), Sienna Miller (Patricia), James Purefoy (Peter), Sheridan Smith (Doris), Matthew Tennyson (Percy), Clive Woods (Swanson.
Author Terence Rattigan. Producer Matthew Byam (for Playful Productions). Producer Tom McKitterieck. Producer Theatre Royal Haymarket Company (in association with Act Productions Ltd). Director Trevor Nunn. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Paul Pyant. Sound Paul Groothuis. Design Jack James (projection).
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